Hi, I’m Lauren. I’m a graphic designer and a recent graduate from University of California, Los Angeles where I studied Art with a minor in Art History. I have previously worked as an intern for The Jewish Museum in New York, VICE Media, and NBCUniversal and I am currently available for new opportunities.

My interests within design include branding, typography, editorial, and book design, as well as the intersections between art and design.

Outside of design, I am currently fascinated by the relationship between witchcraft and feminism, Hito Steyerl’s Duty Free Art, the Northern Renaissance, and the fact that there are people who refuse to wear a mask in the middle of a pandemic.


A photography series created with guidance from Cathy Opie in a photography course at UCLA.

Access examines nostalgia, as well as accessibility regarding memories attached to places. This is represented by juxtaposing blank, impersonal domestic spaces with open spaces in nature. These were created using film images of locations that have sentimental meaning to me and digital photographs of my apartment at the time––a place that held very little importance to me.

Awards: Creative Quarterly Journal Fall 2020, Winner for Student Fine Art